Inmate hunger strikes rarely require force feeding
FARGO — While a white supremacist jailed in the western part of the state has refused to eat, officials here say getting an inmate to end a hunger strike can ultimately spiral into a lengthy legal process.
In most instances, the inmate simply wants to be heard, said Sgt. Tara Morris of the Cass County Sheriff’s Department.
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